While addressing KSA residents on 03-01-2021, the Ministry of Health announced that they had recorded a major drop in the covid 19 cases and its spread throughout the Kingdom during some previous weeks, and this spread successively controlled after they sealed land, sea, and air borders. Moreover, Covid 19 has changed the way we interact and travel.

Since March 2019, Saudi Arabia’s Kingdom has experienced much fewer COVID-19 cases than any other GCC or Arabian country. However, The Ministry of Health recorded a smile hike in the weekly average of new cases in the previous week.

Although the number of cases increased slightly from 17-01-2021 to 30-01-2021, it is so far better than the average COVID cases of other countries especially other GCC Countries.

Covid cases situation during previous week:

Saudi Arabia has recorded approximately 196 cases on average every day in the Kingdom since December 31, 2019. Still, the average cases increased to 213 to 214 cases per day in the last week (23-01-2021 to 30-01-2021).

Moreover, This means on average, five people out of 100k people in Saudi Arabia become the target of COVID-19 in the previous week.

However, According to the Ministry of Health’s logistics reports, about 214 new cases were recorded averagely in previous weeks in Saudi Arabia. While the recently registered cases in the last week were 105 in Riyadh and 60 in the Eastern Province, 40 in Makkah, and 16 in Madinah.

Moreover, 9 cases were reported from different individual cities. However, Al-jouf took necessary preventive measures against the COVID-19, and it is proven from the results that not even a single case happened in the Al-jouf in recent weeks.

Stats Table

Although, Covid 19 is spread all over the world including all regions of Saudi Arabia. However, Here is the Stats table of 4 highly affected regions

Stats in Makkah regions:

New Cases (30-01-2021)40
Total Cases88804
Recovered Cases86060
Total Deaths2402
Covid 19 Cases in Makkah Region

Covid Cases in Eastern Province:

New Cases (30-01-2021)60
Total Cases88433
Recovered Cases87214
Total Deaths870
Covid 19 Cases in Eastern Province

Covid Cases in Riyadh Region:

New Cases (30-01-2021)105
Total Cases75777
Recovered Cases74113
Total Deaths1254
Covid 19 Cases in Riyadh Region

Covid Cases in Madina Region:

New Cases (30-01-2021)16
Total Cases29934
Recovered Cases29635
Total Deaths167
Covid 19 Cases in Madina Region

However, According to the COVID-19 statistic reports of the Ministry of Health, almost 2930 new COVID-19 cases were recorded in the Saudi Arabia from 17-01-2021 to 30-01-2021 out of which 97% patients were recovered from this deadly virus in the previous which decreased the total number of active cases to 2142.

While the recovery rate is increased from 97.67 % to almost 97.7 % and four new deaths were reported on Friday due to the COVID-19 virus which raised the death amount to almost 6372.

Saudi Arabia has so far directed more than 11.88 million PCR tests, with 52,105 did in the previous 24 hours.

Overall Total Covid 19 Stats:

Here is the overall situation of Covid 19 cases in Saudi Arabia as of 30 January, 2021

Total Cases367813
Recovered Cases359299
Deaths6372
Active Cases2142
Critical Cases352
Recovery Rate97.7%

With the preventive measurements, the new cases consistently which were dynamically increasing in the Kingdom have likewise dropped to 2,142 out of which 352 were critical cases.

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